A newly funded grant from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will allow us to fund students interested in pursuing a M.S. degree focused on precision agriculture with an international flavor.
The grant will allow American and European students to conduct their M.S. thesis research at a partner university on the opposite side of the Atlantic. For example, a M.S. student will enroll at the University of Georgia (UGA), complete his/her coursework at UGA, and then go to one of the European partner institutions to conduct his/her thesis research.
The student will have a co-major professor from both institutions and the student’s advisory committee will be similarly composed. The degree will be awarded by the home institution.
Graduate research assistantships are available.
If you are interested, please contact Dr. George Vellidis.